Nogay Assumes Asst. U.S. Attorney Position

Local attorney Maximillian F. Nogay has been hired as an Assistant U.S. Attorney in the Northern District of West Virginia. Nogay along with Christopher Bauer, Eleanor Hurney and Clayton Reid were sworn into their new positions over the past few months.
“A position as an Assistant United States Attorney is a coveted one. We receive dozens of applications for every one opening, and many of the applications are highly qualified. Ultimately, we hire the best person for the position and we have done so again. I am very proud of our team in this district and I am confident that our new Assistant United States Attorneys will continue the great work our district is recognized for,” said U.S. Attorney Bill Powell.
Nogay is a 2018 graduate of WVU College of Law. After graduation, Max joined the law firm of Sellitti, Nogay & Nogay in Weirton. He handled a variety of civil and criminal cases in state and federal courts throughout West Virginia and Pennsylvania as the firm’s primary associate attorney. While in law school, Max won the Luger Cup, WVU’s annual in-house trial competition, and competed in the National Moot Court Competition, held at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. He was also a four-year varsity athlete for the West Virginia University baseball team. Max is working in the District’s Wheeling office.
Max is the son of Mike and Robin Nogay of Weirton,